Yá’át’ééh (Hello in Navajo) and Keshi (Hello in Zuni), I am Crystal Wyaco-Little the new Office Assistant for the Native American Education Program with Mesa Public Schools. I’m an enrolled member of the Navajo Tribe but I am also Zuni and Tohono O’odham. I grew up on the Navajo reservation in Window Rock, AZ. I’m a mother of three wonderful sons, Elijah, Camden and Kellen, and I’m married to my best friend, Patrick, for 21 years and counting. My family and I have lived in the City of Mesa for 20 plus years, but we travel to our three homelands of the Navajo Nation, Zuni village and Tohono O’odham Nation to visit our families and to stay connected to our cultures. Patrick and I are raising our sons traditionally with their Navajo, Zuni and Tohono O’odham cultures and language. I recently decided to finish my college degree at ASU and one of my passions for helping children has led me to change my major to Forensic Psychology. I’m excited to be part a great team and helping in ways that I can help Native American students achieve their goals.